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List of Lieutenant Governors of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioners of Oudh

 

List of Lieutenant Governors of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioners of Oudh

This is a list of Lieutenant Governors of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioners of Oudh. The provisional establishment of the joint title of Lieutenant Governors of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioners of Oudh happened in 1877 when title of Chief Commissioners of Oudh were merged until it was renamed as Governors of the United Provinces of British India in 1902.

Lieutenant Governors of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioners of Oudh (1877–1902)

In 1877 the office of lieutenant governor was combined with that of Chief Commissioner of Oudh, which had existed since 1857, in the same person.

  • Sir George Ebenezer Wilson Couper, 15 February 1877–17 April 1882, continued
  • Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, 17 April 1882–21 November 1887
  • Sir Auckland Colvin, 21 November 1887–28 November 1892
  • Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite, 28 November 1892–9 January 1895
  • Alan Cadell, 9 January 1895–6 November 1895, acting
  • Sir Anthony Patrick MacDonnell, 6 November 1895–14 November 1901
  • Sir James John Digges La Touche, 14 November 1901–22 March 1902

See also

References

  • Provinces of British India
  • The India list and India Office list for 1905 By Great Britain, India Office
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